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How to deal with chronic fatigue syndrome

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Have you ever heard the term Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?


The fatigue is so severe that it interferes with daily life.


“There’s something that applies to you somehow.”

There are many people who say that.


“It’s not enough to interfere with my daily life, but I can’t get rid of my fatigue even if I rest.”

“I don’t feel refreshed when I wake up in the morning”

You may be suffering from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or at its entrance.


Large landslides also begin with the fall of small pebbles.

“No, I’m still fine”

Don’t leave it alone and try to work on what I’m going to tell you from now on.



How to deal with chronic fatigue syndrome

1. Don’t slow down



“I’m tired, so shouldn’t I take it easy?”

you may say.


Certainly, if you are just tired, you can recover if you take a good rest.

However, chronic fatigue syndrome is exacerbated by slow rest.


“Just rest and get worse?!”

“Is there such a thing?”


Chronic fatigue syndrome is an autonomic imbalance.

It happens because the autonomic nervous system is out of balance.


Autonomic balance is the balance between sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves.

In many cases, this balance ratio is too sympathetic, resulting in heart palpitations, headaches, panic attacks, and inability to sleep.


However, in the case of chronic fatigue syndrome, unlike these, the parasympathetic nervous system becomes too dominant.


The parasympathetic nervous system usually dominates when slowing down.

In the first place, what would happen if a person with chronic fatigue syndrome whose parasympathetic nerves were dominant slowed down?

It gets heavier and harder to wake up from.

Then you will sleep more slowly.

Then, you fall into a vicious circle.


Don’t just sleep, wake up first.

Stay awake for at least half of your non-sleep time.


By doing so, the sympathetic nerves work and the balance of the autonomic nerves improves.



How to deal with chronic fatigue syndrome

②Move your body during the day


It is a high hurdle for people with chronic fatigue syndrome to suddenly exercise.

However, I told you that chronic fatigue syndrome is happening because the parasympathetic nerve is too high.


If you can stay upright most of the day, it’s time to move your body as much as possible.

This is because the sympathetic nerve is the nerve that moves the body.


If you go by bicycle, please walk.

Use the stairs instead of the escalator.


People with chronic fatigue syndrome take too much care of their bodies

“Don’t get tired”

This feeling is at work, so I don’t actively use my body, but as I use my body more and more, my fatigue gradually disappears and my body becomes lighter.


院長 宮島信広